Sergio Reguilon tried his best to distract Harry Kane as Manchester United took on Bayern Munich – and it really didn't work.
Kane brushed aside the attempted distraction of Reguilon to score his first Champions League goal in Bayern colours from the spot with fans picking up on the left-back's antics. The 26-year-old squared off against his former Tottenham team-mate moments before the whistle was blown by the referee.
Kane kept his cool and fired into the bottom corner past Andre Onana as the suspended Thomas Tuchel watched his side win 4-3 despite some nervy moments – to top a group that includes Copenhagen and Galatasaray.
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One more comical moment came before Kane made it 3-1 to the hosts after Christian Eriksen was adjudged to have handled in the box. One fan said: "Reguilon trying his best there to put Kane off from his penalty." A fellow Spurs fan added: "Moment of the match."
A third posted: "Reguilon trying to s***house Kane." A fourth laughed: "“Dismal attempt to psych him out."
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Reguilon and Kane played together on 61 occasions during their time together at Spurs, with the Spaniard joining United on loan after Kane signed for Bayern on a permanent deal this summer.
Leroy Sane opened the scoring thanks to Onana's blunder before Serge Gnabry made it two and Rasmus Hojlund halved the deficit. Kane made it three before Casemiro's brace came either side of Mathys Tel's late strike.
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Kane said of the win on TNT Sports: "It's been nice. It's always great to score. Always room for improvement. It's a great night tonight. We're building. We can enjoy this."
He added: "As a striker I know I'll get chances. It's exciting to play with them. We're still getting to know each other. I'm excited for what's to come.
"Whenever there's a big price tag there's a big expectation and you want to repay the club who have put faith in you."
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